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Companions of Clay Launch Party

Tuesday 16th June 2015 6:30pm - 8:30pm Royal Festival Hall Literary Event, Free Event

Denied access to Hell and confined to a coma in University College London Hospital, Rafiq Rahman stalks people by day and enters their dreams at night. On a journey that takes him from the River Thames to the streets of Soho and into the minds of three people closely linked to his mental and physical condition, Rafiq must confront his past and deal with his demons in order to become truly conscious.

Safeena Chaudhry is a London-based author obsessed by the notion that dreams can be shared. Her research opened up the other worlds of lucid dreaming and astral projection, and took her as far as the Huacachina desert in Peru. She was given her first typewriter when she was six years old, not knowing that there would be many beginnings before she reached an end. Companions of Clay is her debut novel.

Join us for a celebration of Safeena's writing journey with readings from the book, music, refreshments and the chance to mingle and chat with the author herself.

Tickets: To reserve your free ticket email events@foyles.co.uk

 

 

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